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How to create a search folder for internal emails in Outlook?

It’s not hard to create a search folder by a specified sender or sender domain in normal POP3 email accounts in Outlook. However, the same way does not work for exchange account. In this article, I will show you how to create a search folder to show all emails from internal senders within exchange account.

Create a search folder for internal emails in Outlook

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Please follow below steps to create a search folder to show all emails from internal senders within your exchange account in Outlook.

1. In the Mail view, select the exchange account on the Navigation Pane (or Folder Pane), and click Folder > New Search Folder. See screenshot:

2. In the opening New Search Folder dialog box, please click to highlight the Mail from specific people option, and click the Choose button. See screenshot:

3. Now the Select Names dialog box pops out. Please type /O= into the From box, and click the OK button.

4. Click the OK button in the New Search Folder dialog box.

Till now the search folder has been created, and all emails from internal senders are displaying in the new search folder.


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    Kaz · 9 months ago
    Well...thats kind of dumb. Works perfectly though, thank you for saving me some headache!